So I’ve never really done a two way (post I mean) and couldn’t help but show you guys how insane this silk romper I just acquired from Zara is. It’s a little mix of overall and romper, and is totally versatile. Pieces like this are always a win in my books, I plan on wearing this during the day (all Summer) and even out with a rather revealing top underneath and stilettos.
Archives for April 2013
This year I’ve become a massive fan of suits especially when they’re print on print. So it’s no exception that I would take this trend into the warmer seasons by sporting lighter weight fabrics and even short suits (still on the hunt for that). I recently found this duo at Zara and immediately pictured the nautical stripes would contrasting with the city streets. The suit is also a beautiful silk material (unusual for the print).
I know it’s pretty much time to retire chunky knits and other winter wear, but what the hell New York (you’re so damn cold)?! One of my blogger besties Camille visited our wonderful city last week and of course brought my favorite chunky knit with her. Seriously died over this sweater when it first came out, and missed the opportunity to buy it. So of course, stealing it from Camille was the next best thing…
It’s androgyny at it’s best for Spring, just don’t forget to shave those legs. The short suit takes us from the beach to business all in one look, and is one of my personal favorites. There’s something so polished yet completely edgy about pairing a printed blazer with matching shorts. I was first inspired after seeing Leandra Medine sport the checked Zimmermann suit above, which I’m definitely getting myself. Better late than never, right? My inner boyscout is coming out with this one and I can’t wait to get suiting. Shop my picks above.
Here’s a few more outfits I wore while hanging in Indio before/after Coachella this past weekend. I totally fell into the native wild child spirit that comes with the territory and definitely took a lot of style inspiration home with me to the city. It’ll be kind of awesome mixing my new found love for western vibes with my already very “city” style. Big big thanks again to Threadsence for my first, and definitely not last Coachella.